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Twitter may have a bot problem 馃檭

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RT @telegram@twitter.com

Groups can hold anywhere from 2 to 200,000 people. Whether it鈥檚 for a couple friends or an entire online community, tap to jump between threaded replies, include someone with an @ mention, and start a poll to see what鈥檚 popular.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/telegram/status/13

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RT @_RastaMouse@twitter.com

Wow, the AWS Visual Studio extension is crazy.

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/_RastaMouse/status

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First post on my experience interviewing for Amazon Web Services! More coming soon l1cafe.blog/2020/01/27/aws-par

Please, let me know your thoughts.

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RT @OperadorNuclear@twitter.com

@as_informatico@twitter.com Las m铆as son azules. 馃槑

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/OperadorNuclear/st

I am thrilled to announce I have accepted the employment offer from cPanel, and I will be joining their talented team next Tuesday!

After more than 2 months looking for different openings in multiple companies, I have finally decided to settle on cPanel as I am convinced I will be a valuable part of the team, and I'll be able to learn and grow with my team.

Hello Fedi.

Do you like Computer Science? Cybersecurity? Math?

Do you use Telegram?

Would you like to join a Telegram channel with absolutely zero ads, and tons of content related to these fields? Yes?

Click the link! t.me/x000_channel

I really needed a logo for Kydara. This is what I came up with. Simple and sharp. What do you think?

I have a 16 GB MacBook Pro.

Purple is compressed, blue is wired (locked by kernel drivers, etc), red is active (userland and so on).

16 GB of RAM is absolutely enough for a laptop nowadays and for the next few years. Perhaps 5 years down the line I will have a little more trouble as web browsers become increasingly bloated, but it is fine for now.

By the way, I typically run two Chromium instances side-by-side and another Electron-based app, and still struggle to hit near 75% of RAM usage.

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RT @todayininfosec@twitter.com

2004: TrueCrypt 3.0 was released, adding hidden volume support for containers and the Serpent and Twofish algorithms. In 2014 its developers abruptly announced development was ceasing and recommended users switch to alternative encryption technology

馃惁馃敆: twitter.com/todayininfosec/sta

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